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Red Bull expect 'damage limitation' in Spa, Monza

Red Bull aren't expecting to come away from the Belgian and Italian races with a huge points haul according to team principal Christian Horner. Both venues are power-hungry thanks to their long straights and the Mercedes-powered cars are expected to fill much of the top ten. According to Horner, Red Bull might have to wait until round 14 in Singapore until they can taste champagne again. "You never know, it might be wet in Spa and Monza and they might have put a load more corners in," he joked. "But seriously, Singapore has to be the next golden opportunity for us in reality. "I think it will be damage limitation in the next two races because Force India will suddenly...
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